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An Open Question (or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love Public Wi-Fi)
Description : Vertices examines some of the dangers of using other people’s networks.

by Vertices
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 28, #1 - March 2016 | Programming Topics ]
Groovy and Grails eXchange 2015
Description : Ralph McArdell reports on his conference experiences. by Ralph McArdell
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 28, #1 - March 2016 | Programming Topics ]
Fifteen Love
Description : Baron M sets a new puzzle for students of curious conundrums. by Baron M
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 28, #1 - March 2016 | Programming Topics ]
Using Clara to Parse Command Lines in C++
Description : Malcolm Noyes demonstrates how to get up and running. by Malcolm Noyes
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 28, #1 - March 2016 | Programming Topics ]
Software Development Is...
Description : Pete Goodliffe defines the art, science, craft (and child’s play) of software development. by Pete Goodliffe
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 28, #1 - March 2016 | Programming Topics ]
Standards Report
Description : Jonathan Wakely reports from the latest C and C++ meetings.
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 28, #1 - March 2016 ]
Code Critique Competition 98
Description : Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. by Roger Orr
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 28, #1 - March 2016 | Student Code Critiques from CVu journal. ]
ACCU London: Dietmar Khül
Description : A (clueless) review of the Jan 16th ACCU London Meeting.
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 28, #1 - March 2016 ]
Editorial: Be lucky
Description : Do you consider yourself unlucky? Frances Buontempo wonders what we can do to avoid disasters. by Frances Buontempo
Category: [ Overload Journal #131 - February 2016 | Journal Editorial ]
Defining Concepts
Description : Concepts provide a new way of constraining code. Andrew Sutton shows us how to define and use them. by Andrew Sutton
Category: [ Overload Journal #131 - February 2016 | Programming Topics ]
On Zero-Side-Effect Interactive Programming, Actors, and FSMs
Description : Functional programming is alien to many programmers. Sergey Ignatchenko considers parallels between actors and finite state machines.
Category: [ Overload Journal #131 - February 2016 | Programming Topics ]
Template Programming Compile Time Combinations & Sieves
Description : Functional style frequently uses sequences. Nick Weatherhead applies these ideas to combinations in C++. by Nick Weatherhead
Category: [ Overload Journal #131 - February 2016 | Programming Topics ]
Classdesc: A Reflection System for C++11
Description : C++ lacks direct support for reflection. Russell Standish brings an automated reflection system for C++, Classdesc, up to date. by Russell Standish
Category: [ Overload Journal #131 - February 2016 | Programming Topics ]
QM Bites : Maximising Discoverability of Virtual Methods
Description : C++11 introduced override as a contextual keyword. Matthew Wilson encourages us to use it. by Matthew Wilson
Category: [ Overload Journal #131 - February 2016 | Programming Topics ]
So Why is Spock Such a Big Deal?
Description : Spock testing in a Java environment is all the rage. Russel Winder talks through the history of testing on the JVM and demonstrates why Spock is so groovy. by Russel Winder
Category: [ Overload Journal #131 - February 2016 | Programming Topics ]
Bug Hunting
Description : Pete Goodliffe continues the hunt for software faults. by Pete Goodliffe
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 27, #6 - January 2016 | Programming Topics ]
Finding Text
Description : Chris Oldwood hunts for the right tool to search text files.
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 27, #6 - January 2016 | Programming Topics ]
in vivo, in vitro, in silico
Description : Frances Buontempo examines the idea of software vivisection. by Frances Buontempo
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 27, #6 - January 2016 | Programming Topics ]
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